I'm trying to learn more about ram and voltages. I'm new to OC'ing but I want to have flexibility between OC'ing and low power consumption.
On either Ivy or Sandy bridge-E, am I better off getting 1.35v, and OC, or 1.65v and scale back when wanted? I really don't know where to start, see my build below(not finished).
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/ra ... e-ram.html
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ram uses no power at all. it doesnt really matter what voltage the ram is for overclocking. the actual chips on the ram make the main difference. if you want a more usable system for daily use you probably want a 4x4gb kit. anything that is a higher capacity will be bad for overclocking and can hinder performance. Ideally you would want 4x2gb for oc.
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